July 30th, 2013
11:04 PM ET

"Smash and Grab," Story of the Pink Panthers

It may just be the biggest jewel heist of all time: $136 million of diamonds and other gems snatched in broad daylight from the French hotel where Alfred Hitchcock’s "To Catch a Thief"  was filmed. The thief’s speed and audacity have some wondering if it could be the work of the world’s most notorious jewel thieves, the Pink Panthers.  Anderson talks to Havana Marking,the director of "Smash and Grab," a new documentary that exposes the gang’s secrets.

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July 30th, 2013
09:52 PM ET

Ridiculist: The case of the giant chicken bucket

What would you do if you suddenly discovered a seven-foot tall Kentucky Fried Chickenbucket on your lawn?  When that happened to a Georgia woman, she did the right thing and posted a photo on Facebook.  How did it get there?  Who did it belong to? Where are the mashed potatoes? All your questions are answered in tonight's Ridiculist.

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July 30th, 2013
09:48 PM ET

New questions about the Bradley Manning conviction

He's called a hero by some and a traitor by others.  Today, a military judge convicted Army Private Bradley Manning of a string of charges including violating the Espionage Act for handing classified information to WikiLeaks.  He was acquitted of the more serious charge of aiding the enemy.  Today's verdict is raising new questions about just how much harm Manning actually caused.  In a 360 exclusive, Anderson discusses the impact with Glen Greenwald, investigative journalist and columnist for Britain's Guardian, and senior legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.

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July 30th, 2013
09:40 PM ET

Arkansas Jail Break... How did he do it?

The search is on for the prisoner who escaped from an Arkansas jail.  He was caught by the security cameras, but not by the officer chasing him.  How did he get away so easily?  What do police know about where he is right now?  360's Gary Tuchman has the story.

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July 30th, 2013
09:00 PM ET

AC360 Exclusive: Rehab Racket Part 2

A year-long investigation by CNN and the Center for Investigative Reporting finds the drug Medi-Cal program in California, paid with state and federal money, is rife with fraud, allowing rehab centers to stay open despite serious problems. Former clients say that, as teens, they were taken in vans from group homes to rehab even though they had no drug problem.

For an in depth look at part two of "Rehab Racket," check out the full report on CNN.com.

CNN's Drew Griffin and California State Senator Ted Lieu discuss the results of the investigation.

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